In this lesson, students will learn to use Chinese to
1. Exchange basic greetings 2. Request a person's last name and full name and provide his/her own
After learning, students understand as following: (1) how do people greet each other when meeting for the first time? (2) Do people say their given name or family name first? (3) How do acquaintances or close friends address each other?
Outcome Students are able to (1) Exchange basic greetings (2) Say my last name and full name (3) Ask someone's last name and full name (4) Say if I am a student or not (5) State my nationality (6) Ask someone's nationality Four skills Listening: · be able to comprehend the most common greetings · be able to comprehend when someone is asking for your surname and given name Speaking: · be able to greet people · be able to state your surname and given name Reading: · (proficiency) be able to recognize certain Chinese last names · (literacy) be able to read and understand the text Writing: · (proficiency) be able to write your own Chinese name · (literacy) be able to write what you can say in Chinese